So far I’m done with the “8-way hand tied springs” as you can see from the pics below. I think I tied over 300 knots for the entire thing. It must have taken me like 5 hours just for the springs (if not more). My fingers are killing me – jute twine is not very forgiving. Anyways I tested it out and it is VERY sturdy. It seems to be working exactly like its supposed to. I then constructed the back rest. This was the part that I was least confident about. Not sure if the way I’m doing it is going to suffice – what do you think? I might make changes – but I think when I wrap it in all the layers and staple all the fabric to it, and attach it to the arm rests and platform, It might be alright. I also started sewing the fabric for the front of the sofa and wanted to get the platform completely finished, but of course I ran out of staples, and being a Sunday night, no place was open to go buy more. I’ve used TONS of staples so far, and theres plenty more coming. Thanks for reading!
-- Hey you dang woodchucks, quit chucking my wood!!!!